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Third time is not the charm on The Lumineers’ ‘III’

(17 hours ago)

The Lumineers have always had a knack for narrative songwriting. Many stunning songs from their self-titled first album, which projected them into the center of the indie music scene in 2012 with the hit single “Ho Hey,” are stories at their core. This theme continued with their second album in 2016, which was partly inspired by an eccentric taxi driver, the titular “Cleopatra,” whose life story had a profound effect on the band’s lead singer Wesley Schultz.







Recruiting roundup: Duke men's basketball completes 2020 five-star trifecta

(09/20/19 6:58pm)

With the addition of five-star combo guard D.J. Steward, the Blue Devils now have the No. 2 recruiting class in the nation for next year according to 247Sports. Steward verbally committed to Duke on Wednesday, joining Jalen Johnson and Jeremy Roach in the Blue Devils’ class of 2020. The Blue Zone takes a look at next year’s commits, and who might join them soon:



Blooming with Books festival unites literacy and nature at Duke Gardens

(17 hours ago)

A flood of parents wearing sun visors and their sprightly children trickled into a large grassy opening in the Sarah P. Duke Gardens last Saturday morning for the debut of the Blooming with Books festival, an event created by a collection of community organizations to promote literacy and the outdoors.



Brodie Recreation Center finally replaces basketball hoop broken by Zion Williamson

(20 hours ago)

The infamous basketball goal that Zion Williamson once broke in Brodie Recreational Center has finally been fully mended and replaced. Great news for avid pick-up basketball players, as there are now two full-sized courts in Brodie, but bad news for those Blue Devil fans who want something to remember the larger than life star by.


It is time for the Christian church to respond to Christianist violence in America

(09/20/19 4:00am)

Hello it's Better Laettner Than Never where I say a few things that I think we should discuss. To start, I believe in the Second Amendment right to bear arms, but I don't believe that it is an unlimited right. Just as we have a right to free speech, yet there are still limitations on certain forms of speech, there should be more restrictions on gun ownership, preferably a full ban on assault-style weapons. This time it's serious. It’s time to say it now.


Bring back the history of economic thought

(09/20/19 4:00am)

Any attempt to engage in academic discourse with students of economics or political economy will often reveal an inability for these students to intellectually contextualize their arguments. Rather than embracing flirtations with heterodox economic schools, most students will find themselves reverting to very orthodox classroom arguments, without knowing why what their professors teach them is correct. 







Sacred rituals

(09/19/19 4:00am)

I arrived in New York a full week and a half before starting my new job. Just enough time to orient myself to my new landscape — a landscape much harsher than I had anticipated. The very first time I visited the city was just scarcely six months prior. It rained a fine mist on that first occasion in New York, and the grey clouds veiled the city with a sort of pleasurable melancholy — not the kind that leaves behind a dreadful ache, but rather a loneliness that is content and contemplative, perhaps a bit romantic.